Palm-leaf, contained within wooden boards. Barnett notes that most of the manuscript dates from the 12th to 13th centuries CE, but that part is written in a somewhat later hand. Text consists of the Nava-sāhasāṅka-carita of Padmagupta (also known as Parimala), a panegyrical poem on the Paramāra king Sindhurāja Mavasāhasāṅka of Malwar. Tod Manuscript Collection. See L. D. Barnett ‘Catalogue of the Tod Collection of Indian manuscripts in the possession of the Royal Asiatic Society’, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1940, Pt. 2, p.154. See also unpublished catalogue of the RAS Tod manuscripts by Dr. Rima Hooja, 2002, held in the RAS library. See also Georg Bühler and Theodor Zachariae 'Über das Navasâhasâṅkacharita des Padmagupta oder Parimala' in Sitzungsberichte der Philosophisch-Historischen Classe der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Bd. 116, S.583. Lt. Col. James Tod, gift, 182-? Text in Sanskrit.